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for being with us. i'm joie chen. one of the best names in the treatment of dementia patients sits in a bigger debate, pharmaceutical companies, prescriptions and how doctors choose the medication they provide. johnson and johnson m settled about the government from 2002 to 2003 there was an off-labor use of the drug not approved by the fda. it has been since approved for dementia and young patients as well. and it has been an enormously successful product. it had $24.2 billion from 2002 to 2010, but it was the off-label period that raised alarm. the marketing effort including compensation to doctors amounted to reckless endangerment of patients young and old. >> the kick packs undermines adjustment of healthcare providers. it provides incentive to increase the use of drugs potentially putting the health of some patients at risk. the companies put down the risk of risperdol. put simply the alleged conduct is shameful and it is unacceptable. it displayed a reckless indifference to the safety of the american people, and it instituted a clear abuse of the public trust. >> joining us i
. >> that is it for us this morning. take it away, are kohcarol. >> thanks so much. have a great weekend. "newsroom" starts now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> happening how in "the newsroom," november roars in. halloween havoc as a massive storm hammers millions from maine to texas. >> the water came too fast. there wouldn't have been time to get people out of their houses. >> reporter: people plucked from rooftops. this morning the storm marches east. >>> also foot cut. >> i just learn how to survive. >>> millions of americans who use foot stamps on notice. >> no matter how people look at you keep your head up. >> reporter: one in seven of us desperately depending on this program to put food on the table. >>> plus -- >> thanks for flying with delta. >> reporter: fire up that ipod, kindle or computer. delta becomes the first airline to let you use your gadgets below 10,000 feet but there's still one thing you cannot do. >> smoking is not allowed on any delta flight. >> reporter: you're live in the "cnn newsroom." good morning everyone. i'm carol costello, thank you so much for joining m
of princeton university. seven people have gotten ill with a rare strain. the fda is green-lighting the use of a vaccine only used overseas. now officials at princeton university are deciding whether or not to offer it to students. we get more from jess ica schneider from our affiliate. >> reporter: another student was diagnosed with meningitis this week. the seventh since march. >> i think a lot of people are concerned for the fact it didn't go away over the summer after everybody left. >> reporter: now, the food and drug administration is coming forward with a war for the school to combat the serious health scare. it's offering a vaccine called baxsero. the meningitis has been used in australia and it's not meant to fight the type "b" back tear at princeton. students believe it's proactive and considering using this new vaccine. >> i think it's smart to consider that because there definitely have been other deaths at other colleges. and we're lucky we haven't had a death here. >> reporter: in the meantime, the university is telling students to wash their hands, cover their coughs and not
. >> the surprising risks using corn to make gasoline. what our own investigation is uncovering from the gulf of mexico. plus, sky high, two cities compete for tallest building in the u.s. and the winner is: and we begin in the philippines. five full days after typhoon haiyan struck, help is on the way but for many time is running out, craig leeson joins us from sivu province. six days from the storm what's the priority right now? you. >> as you say thousands of people in some of these remote areas, particularly in the worse-hit in this cup and that's leitei province on the east coast where that tidal surge swept many people away. the priority of course is to ensure that all of the international aid that is pouring into the capital of the country in manila and also into sabu where we are here in the center of the country that that aid get to the people who need it most. it's been flown into tacloban which is the capital of plvmenteitei island, they are trying to get that distribution network working as much as possible. >> craig stand by, it is difficult to figure out how many people were ki
have been influenced by, quote, emotional drama. the u.s. state department confirms that two americans are among the dead. there's new video that appears to show people inside a mall in the hard-hit city of tacloban. many stores and homes have reportedly been stripped bare by survivors desperate, of course, to get food and water, but there is somewk test. test. test. test. test. test. in california one provider said it will grant a two-month extension for over 100,000 customers but still some estimates have more than a million people losing their insurance plan in that state alone. in an effort to spark those interested in signing up for health care, the latest ad from two group, colorado consumer health initiative and progress now are drawing some eye rolls. an ad touting obama care reads let's hope he's as easy to get as this birth control. my health insurance covered the pill which means all i have to worry about is getting him between the covers. i got insurance now. you can too. the group has also done ads featuring a ryan gosling cutout. girls taking shots off of skis and, of cou
in charge of healthcare.gov is bringing a new spokesperson on board who used to handle communications. he is taking over. they reported that the college paper at george wash tweeted an alumnus landed what is arguably the worst job in washington. thanks. the president will hold a conference calls trying to shore up support as the domestic policy achievement is in danger of becoming a punch line. >>> you feeling depressed? run down? like you just can't win? are you the president of the united states? ask your doctor for paxil. second term strength. the only anti-depressant strong enough for an embattled second term. >> even the president's adviser acknowledged the president has to restore confidence and do it quickly. >> when the website gets fixed and it will, you have to say what do i need? you have to implement this and it regains trust. >> health care as an issue is not going away. that means they are necessarily ready to reward the other. in iowa, paul ryan tried to channel anger saying that the next time you have a famous politician breezing through iowa, let's be a little more skepti
. larry cohen president communications workers of america. glad to have you with us tonight. this effects every worker in this country. i hope the politicians are paying attention to to it. that's "the ed show." "politicsnation" starts right now. good evening, rev. >> good evening, ed. and thanks to you for tuning in. i'm live tonight from dallas. >>> tonight's lead, sarah palin and the extreme takeover of the gop. just days after another election day rejection of the tea party candidates, look who's back. sarah palin. the queen of the tea party was out in iowa this weekend where she compared the federal debt to slavery. insisting the comparison isn't racist. >> our free stuff today is being paid for by taking money from our children and borrowing from china. when that note comes due -- and this isn't racist. try it and try it. when that note comes due, it's like slavery. we are going to be beholden to a foreign master. >> our federal debt is like slavery? slavery was horrific, vile, a vile practice that was explicitly based on race. so it's hard to avoid sounding racist when you make com
government needs to honor that pledge. also, what do you get when you merge u.s. airweights with american airlines? the joke may be one less frustrating airline. but what you really get is the world's largest carrier. details on what that might mean for you and future travel. the sports world electrified by a pair of 18-year-olds and the two best played last night. i've got to dust up my hoop highlight skills. this is "way too early." >>> good morning. brian schactman here, wednesday, november 13th. a little bit later a little sneak peek at what a lady gaga "saturday night live" will look like. for now let's just put the humor aside for a bit and we want to get you updated with what's going on in the philippines. the death toll has been lowered significantly. we still don't know the full extent of the damage and the loss of life. the country's president now says up to 2500 people were likely killed in the storm. he says earlier estimates of 10,000 may have been influenced by, quote, emotional drama. the u.s. state department confirms that two americans are among the dead. th
talk us through exactly what happened tonight? >> some time after 9:00 p.m., mr. shoop came in dressed all in black and wearing a black motorcycle helmet with his rifle and shortly after entering, let go about a minimum of six rounds or maybe more. we have to look at it yet. in an area he could have easily hit individuals but chose not to. based upon what our investigation disclosed over the hours that followed, we believe that he went in there with the intent to either be shot by police, which we call suicide or to take his own life, which he ultimately did. >> what have you learned about this young man? >> a troubled person. someone that, you know, has a history of drug use. you wouldn't think that at age 20, age 20, how much can you do in your life, but in his life, he at least thought that he had reached a point on where there was no recourse other than to take his own life. >> reporter: you've talked to his family. you talked earlier indications from what they told you, you're not surprised that it ended this way. >> i'm not and they are not. they were helpful. they gave us some i
, and you can always find us online at www.aljazeera.com. have a good weekend, and we'll see you at 11:00. ♪ ♪ >> the fda takes hefty action on obesity proposing to phase out all trans-fats. the move could prevent 20,000 heart attacks and 7,000 death as year. consider this while lives will be saved almost 600,000 americans die every year from heart disease. so is this just a band aid on a far larger problem? also the mind-blowing sport that requires a lot of courage and not much gear. this is free solo climbing, scaling a mountain without a rope to us non-climbers. the best free soloist in the world will tell us what it's like to climb a mound with nothing but your bear hands and some chalk. >>> and roman polanski made a film with racing legend sir jackie stewart when they were both in their prime. why did it not see the light of day in america. we're joined with story. i'm antonio mora. we begin with your health and the fda. most people know artificial trans fats apparently eye are dodgpartially hydrogenatehydrogd for you. now the fda could see trans fats effectively banned from t
a lot of courage and not much gear. this is free solo climbing, scaling a mountain without a rope to us non-climbers. the best free soloist in the world will tell us what it's like to climb a mound with nothing but your bear hands and some chalk. >>> and roman polanski made a film with racing legend sir jackie stewart when they were both in their prime. why did it not see the light of day in america. we're joined with story. i'm antonio mora. we begin with your health and the fda. most people know artificial trans fats apparently eye are dodg partially hydrogenathydrogenated for you. now the fda could see trans fats effectively banned from the american diet. it raises levels of bad cholesterol and lowers levels of good cholesterol increasing the risk of a heart attack. they have no known health benefit or safety limit. to understand the significance of the fda's proposal i'm delighted to be joined by founder and president of the preventive medicine research institute, clinical professor of medicine at university o univerf california san francisco, and author of books, "the spectrum." de
to a higher power to keep them safe. >> forgive us our trespasses. >> reporter: a scene that played out sunday with dozens of twisters tearing through the region cars were crushed and homes flattened and in illinois neighborhoods were blown away in a matter of minutes. >> it was gone within 3-4 minutes and you see what it has done here, just everything. >> our two vehicles sitting across in the field over there one was in the garage. >> reporter: twisters recorded on dash cam went through indiana leaving destruction in the wake and included flipping the car and not sparing the "starbucks" in front of it or the dozens of homes and areas like boone country. >> i saw debris coming towards us and i went inside and hut the door and seconds later they told us to get down and the roof caved in. >> reporter: the severe system which fueled the tornados spread across 7 states, effecting more than 50 million people. >> we may need to take shelter right now ourselves. >> yes, we do. >> reporter: not even those covering the storms were immune from the impact, with many roads impassible as night f
struggling to reach the survivors of typhoon haiyan. >> john kerry says the u.s. is neither blind nor stupid in negotiating with iran. now, hopes for peace. a different version of the olympics for thousands of tribesmen showing off their skills. tonight, philippine leaders had pleading for help. the world is rushing to answer the call. 10 million people have been affected by typhoon haiyan. the american military is helping with search and rescues. europe is sending food and water. president barack obama called the philippine people riz he willient and said the spirit of cooperation will prevail. mr. obama promised more help if needed. the pope led prayer. the philippines is one of the largest catholic populations. rescuers are struggle to go reach townsraphiaged by the typhoon. roads are impassable. wayne hey has more on the relief efforts underway >> reporter: we have so many people at the airport what is left of it anyway. the thing you can see behind me is what is left of the main terminal building at the airport. luckily, the tarmac remains largely undamaged. the runway is okay. crucial
by this typhoon, cnn's paula hancock has that part of the story for us this morning. good morning, paula. >> reporter: tell hello, kate, u.s. marines came and they said they are coming with a tremendous amount of hardware. they will be coming in with c-1230s, four of them with helicopters, with truck, with fork lifts, everything you need to get the supplies into this airport and try to clear bottleneck and get it to those who desperately need it. what crucial thing is they will be making this a 24 hour-hour operation d. marines will be lighting the runway and putting in radar. so basically, the operation could continue through the night. whereas at the moment the helicopters stop when it gets dark, so this is very good news for those who are still desperately waiting for food and water. chris, back to you. >> thank you very much for the reporting from the ground. we will continue with what made it the big storm. the anatomy of the storm. what made it powerful and different? >> we are talking winds 195 miles per hour. if you were talking about tornado, we're talking about an ef-5 about 14
the agency's recognition of palestine. u.s. law compels the automatic withholding of funds from you and agencies that accept palestine as a member, which unesco did in 2011. unesco protects sites with cultural significance and promotes issues ranging from press freedom to girls education. u.s. contributions, which accounted for nearly a quarter of the agency's overall budget, the forced it to slash number of programs. the heads of britain's three spy agencies faced questions before the british parliament or state about surveillance practices revealed by edward snowden, including collaboration with the u.s. national security agency. of mi6, sawyers, head claimed snowden's leaks have caused damage. havee leaks from snowden been very damaging. they have put our operations at risk. it is clear our adversaries are rubbing their hands with glee. al qaeda is laughing it up. >> brazil and germany introduced a united nations resolution to curb unfettered electronic surveillance. according to snowden's links, both countries have been targeted by u.s. spying, including surveillance of their le
are using it to evaluate job applicants. [ ♪ theme ] >>> good morning and welcome to al jazeera america. a glimmer of hope for survivors of typhoon haiyan. philippines' officials say all major roads damaged by the storm are passable. it's welcome news to relief and rescue workers who have been struggling to deliver aid since last weekend. there's a sense of urgency to get supplies out fast as conditions are worsening across the battered country. in village after village families are begging for basic necessities - some standing on the side of roads with signs saying, "please help us", turning pleas for help into looting for food, water and medicine. here is where the worst damage is - in the central philippines the devastation stretches from leyte, to tacloban, and palay. also to cebu. we have the littest -- on the latest >> so many suffering after typhoon haiyan slammed into the philippines. >> we can survive without the houses. we can sleep anywhere. we need food. >> hundreds of thousands of people displaced by the storm are desperately seeking food, water, medicine. bodies line the
christie last night? why you looking directly into our souls? it's okay, chris, you had us at hello. >>> for all of you shrugging at the fact we're already talking 20 16, i think you better get used to it. and let's face, it a chris christie presidential run would be a lot of fun. we'll catch you up on all the chatter surrounding the popular new jersey governor. here's a hinted -- not everyone is happy about it. >>> also while you catch up on us and on twitter, today's the day you can actually own a piece of the company. we'll look at whether it's a good investment on the day it goes public. >>> and the worst hit-and-run you've probably ever seen. we can show you because no one got hurt except probably someone's pride. this is "way too early." >>> good morning. brian shactman. we really need to start the story surrounding the miami dolphins because it's what everyone seems to be talking about. it's transcending sports. as the bullying case involving two players unfolds, the general manager of the team reportedly offered one way jonathan martin could have handled the situation -- pun
to him a lot. very dear friend to me, i used to talk to him a lot at terminal three. i was injured while helping an elderly man trying to get to a safe area. i turned around and there was a gunman that shot me twice. i was shot in the foot. after i was shot i got to the area where the planes were at. and people were coming towards me and asking were you shot and what is going on. and i was like -- i couldn't -- all i could think about was you know, helping them like you know. i may be injured right now, but the concern is really to take care of you. we don't know where the gunman is at. so i like to make sure people are safe first, don't worry about me. so that is my story. thank you for giving me a chance to tell a little bit what happened to me. thank you. >> a decent guy, in a moment you're going to hear another story, all the developments on the situation today. for that, kyung lah. >> reporter: this is a big strong guy, when i spoke to her grandmother, she said her grandson is in pain, that is going to be a long recovery process for him and the other victims. meanwhile, we are lear
. tonight - survivors of the storm. incredible images and stories from the philippines. the u.s. marines in a leading life-saving mission. we are live from the disaster zone. game changer - in a fight against heart disease, what guidelines could mean for you. why some doctors are not buying it. >> the megamerger shaking up the airline industry. will it cost you more to travel. sold to the highest bidder. >>> it is wednesday in the philippines and the survivors - a new day brings suffering. they are desperate for food, water and medicine. and for the people who lost everything, time is running out. help is on the way from around the world, but reaching the hardest-hit areas is difficult. helicopters having trouble finding places to land. debris blocking roads and the country's president had to send troops to stop looting. in the central philippines the devastation stretches. joining us live from cebu is craig leeson. what is the number one priority there now? >> strangely as it sounds, the number one priority is getting the relief out there. we are told that it's coming in from all over t
in geneva john kerry says the u.s. is skeptical about iran willingness to dismantle the nuclear problem and in italy a rise in cancer rates may be related to toxic dumping that has gone on for decades. and this veteran's day americans paused to reflect on the honor and sacrifice of our men and women in uniform. ♪ emergency aid is being rushed to the philippines bringing desperately needed basic essentials to the victims of typhoon high, the record-breaking super storm destroyed villages and hundreds of thousands have no power, food, water or shelter and hospitals are over run and good morning and welcome to al jazeera america, the philippines red cross said 1200 people were killed in the storm but could top 10,000, slowly relief efforts are going to efforts caught off by bridges and roads and they reached the airport on sunday seeking supplies or a way out. a $2 million relief program from the united nation's food program is underway and the u.s. military sent marines for search and rescue efforts and al jazeera has more detail. >> three days after suffering one of the worst typhoons
're with us. i'm zoraida sambolin. >> i'm christine romans. it's 5:00 a.m. in the east. berman has the day off. >> nice to have you with us. >>> we begin with what is unfolding in the philippines. more than 10,000 people now feared death in the aftermath of typhoon haiyan. drinking water and food cut off to millions. bodies are littering the streets and hanging from trees as well as. entire villages are gone. haiyan has been downgrade to do a tropical storm but still a killer and slamming into northeast vietnam overnight and we are getting reports of widespread destruction there as well. such a tragedy. we begin our coverage with andrew stephens live in the fips a philippines and can you tell us what is happening now? >> it's evening right now. >> reporter: i'm at the airport which is shattered by this huge tropical storm surge that came through here at 8:00 or 9:00 friday in the morning. a shell here but it's turning into a crucial point for recoveries and for getting relief supplies out to people. at the moment we are seeing relief planes coming in on a fairly regular basis and people walkin
. they have been committing the crimes since december of last year using december guisguises. if convicted they could each face 20,000 in fines. >>> they weit is veteran's day. >> kelly wright is live in washington with the latest on the special ceremony. >>> good morning to you. when president obama hosted a breakfast to honor veterans he will meet with the oldest living world war ii veteran. he will likely walk away from the meeting inspired a man who represents part of america's best generation. rich affidavit overton is believed to be the oldest veteran of the military. at 107 years old he says he still have energy to enjoy his life. when he reflects on the service of de p fending america's freedom he says we didn't go off to play, we went off to fight. he volunteered for service in 1942 and fought in the pacific doing a lot of island hopping with the all black army unit. after having breakfast with the veterans the president will later lay a wreath at the tomb of the unknown folted by an observance of ceremonies as arlington national cemetery. richard overton was in his 30's when he v
that served us so well over the laes decade. >> mcauliffe became the commonwealth's 77th governor, he's the first elected governor in that state to share the same party as a sitting president in more than a generation. in deat a time tea party republican kenneth cuccinelli the state's attorney general said his razor-thin loss was a victory against president obama's affordable care act. >> tonight you sent a message to the president of the united states that you believe that virginia understands that obamacare is a failure. >> no thin margin of victory in new jersey's race for governor. incumbent republican chris christie easily cruised to victory again state senator bash ro buono. his crushing victory is widely seen as the first step of a probable presidential run in 2016. in his left-leaning state he did well with women, hispanics, african-americans and young voters, groups republicans struggle to attract. >> make no mistake. the people of this city have chosen a progressive path. >> in neighboring new york city, another landslide. this time in the form of bill de blasio who will be
. we lift up all our vets today. thanks for joining us. now "the lead" with jim sciutto starts now. >>> 10,000 lives gone in a matter of hours and many still desperately trying to find their loved ones. i'm jim sciutto and this is "the lead." the world lead. time is running out for anyone still trapped after a super typhoon laid waste to the philippines. survivors only beginning to take stock of the enormity of the disaster. >>> u.s. marines are on the ground in the philippines, just one of the teams joining the international relief effort, but the task is overwhelming. hundreds of thousands of people are displaced. many don't know where their next glass of clean drinking water will come from. >>> and also in world news, no deal. world powers including the u.s. fail to reach an agreement with iran to stop enriching uranium. now that everyone has walked away from the table, what can bring them back? >>> welcome to "the lead." i'm jim sciutto filling in for jake tapper. hope you're having a meaningful and memorable veterans day. we begin with the world lead. just moments ago, the u.s
the weekend early with us. >> i am ainsley earhardt. we bring you all of the news to get you ready for your friday. admissions and apologies from the president with his credibility on the line he reversed his course on obamacare saying millions of americans can keep their canceled healthcare coverage but only for a year. >> here's the thing, does he even have the authority to do that? doug luzader is live for us in washington. sort all of this out for us. >> it is a lot to sort out. under fire and taking blame for observe care the president offered yesterday what he says will be a fix. >> the bottom line is insurers can extend current plans that would otherwise be canceled into 2014 and americans whose plans have been canceled can choose to reenroll in the same kind of plan. >> for the millions of americans who have received cancellation notices because their current policies do not meet obamacare requirements the president will now allow insurance companies to keep offering those plans. but only for one year. that is just long enough to get many democrats in congress through otherwise dice
. >> this morning a team of u.s. officials brought water and supplies to the hardest hit areas. some store owners are using weaponing to fight off looters. >> days after the haiyan slam into the philippines with terrifying force, survivors are desperate. >> we want water and medicine for the injured. we just need your help. >> reporter: fierce winds and heavy rain the monster storm barrelled through the islands friday destroying nearly everything in its path. but it was the wall of water more than ten feet high that proved most deadly. men, women, and small children were sent fleeing for higher ground. at this hotel in the hard hit area, a team of american storm chasers became rescuers usinge mattresses to help elderly in the waters. the storm damage is tsunami like, power and out residents displaced, entire communities flattened. >> the devastation is -- i don't have the words for it. it's horrific. >> reporter: survivors walked through the streets covering their noses to mask the smell of dead bodies. >> we don't have water anymore. we don't have food. i'm glad we're st
is all about building profiles on innocent americans that can be used against them at any time. back to you. >> all right. thank you, mary. benny said he thinks edward snowden did a great public service by forcing nsa surveillance into the spotlight. >> reporter: the towson area is on high alert tonight. after two violent attacks on students from towson university and goucher college. in just two days, police are worried for the victims' safety, with those behind the terror still at large right now. wjz is live. investigator mike hellgren tells us where the search for the suspect stands. mike? >> reporter: vic, people are certainly being cautious here. especially after dark. no one has been caught. and that does have a community on edge. >> reporter: the victims were simply walking on well-traveled burke avenue. sky eye chopper 13 gives you a birds eye view of the area. it's just off york road. the first attack on sunday was a block from the second attack on monday. and close to both towson university and goucher college. >> now that it's getting darker earlier, it's kind of scary wa
profitable? for is that they turn to john molloy, a co-founder of blue run ventures, joins us for fox business exclusive. we were talking in the green room that twitter is doing this correctly where facebook had its problems. what are they doing right? >> it is all about expectations. facebook give in to too much expectation when they went public. from a strategy point, the offering has gone, twitter has been very measured in the way they have taken the product to market and a range i have seen reported has been pretty reasonable given where the company is and we know it is oversubscribe and that is what you want and it looks like a win/win than a win/lose proposition. lori: why is the trend going to the early 90s and 2,000s with technology ideas coming in. and if you look at the p es they're so overvalued, you see what happened with facebook year-ago. >> it is ultimately about growth. a slow economy, low growth economy and the markets thirsty for growth. where you see growth in areas where there is big change in society, no bigger change in the way we consume basic technology than wi
southeast asia. we have a live report next. >>> deal or no deal? u.s. deep in talks with iran trying to stop that country's nuclear ambitions. one american ally is none too pleased about it. a live report in minutes. >>> you can't make this stuff up. a mayor of toronto to top himself when it comes to bad or criminal behavior. >>> burger wars are on again. what's the latest move by one fast food joint to top the other? good morning, everyone. welcome to "weekends with alex witt". there's a struggle under way in the philippines. haiyan is the most powerful storm on earth ever to hit land. it is comparable to a strong category 4 in the u.s. there are more than 100 dead lying in the streets. because that storm moved across the country so quickly, they are hoping the death toll will be limited. they say there's a desperate need for drinking water. witnesses say there was a massive wall of water when that storm hit. one man said it sounded like a 747 flying over his roof. dylan dreyer has more. good morning, dilan. >> good morning alex. it is no longer a super typhoon at this point. haiyan raced t
to use his talents to honor fellow soldiers who gave their lives for america. ♪ good morning and welcome to al jazeera america. i'm stephanie si, it has now been five days since typhoon haiyan devastated the philippines and in the aftermath there is a humanitarian crisis and people are without shelter and there are reports of mass braves and bodies lining the streets. some desperate survivors resorted to looting and they have a state of national calamity. >> we declare today a state of national calamity to hasten the movements of the government on rescue relief and rehabilitation efforts on the provinces effected. >> reporter: aid is coming too late for those without food, water and medicine for days. the government now estimates the death toll at nearly 1800, support for storm victims is trickling in from the u.s. military and 5,000 troops we deployed today aboard the uss george washington and will arrive in 2-3 days and with the recovery we are joined in the philippines by al jazeera craig leeson and you were at the airport today and what is the situation on the ground and are you mee
. thank you so much for waking up with us. >> we do so with a fox news alert out of the philippines. reports that the death toll from one of the most powerful typhoons on record could reach well 10,000 people. at this show hour 10,000 are fe dead. >> translator: i'm looking for my grandmother, mother and child. >> there's no radio, no television. the devastation is -- i don't have the words for it. it's really horrific. >> the u.n. says 2.5 million people are in need of food aid in the area there and unicef estimates there's 1.5 million children who could be affected by this. coming up we'll have a live report from that devastated area and hear from aid workers what the crisis looks like. >>> on to another fox news alert, police in texas are on the hunt for two suspects after a gunman goes on a deadly rampage at a massive house party. two are dead. 16 others wounded. it happened just before midnight in a suburb near houston. dozens of people mostly teenagers were at the house when the gunfire rang out. >> it was chaos. just chaos. i heard between five and ten gun shots, and, you kno
>> you thank you being with us. see you tomorrow night. 7 p.m. eastern. up next. the o'reilly factor and go to gretawire.com. good night. >>> the o'reilly factor is on, tonight. >> you can keep it up to the time -- i hope this is correct but this is what i have been told, up to the time the bill was enacted. >> shouldn't the senior senator from the nation's largest state know what obamacare says about keeping your heth insurance? tonight, we've continue our reporting on the chaos in washington. >> these 14 million people that buy insurance on the individual marketplace, some of them are going to get these notices because they have crappy insurance. >> while most of the nation is angry that obamacare is so fouled up, the zealots continue to defend it bernie goldberg will weigh in on that. >> what you have done to tribute to that sexiness? >> i mean look at me. >> jesse watters visits perhaps the most libertine unersity in the nation. >> i mean, really good looking. >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ ♪ >> hi, i'm bill o
between us and those goals . >> i don't know what is going on there. we're behind moose there i got to play with him two years here. i wish him the best in whatever is going on right now. >> let's bring in abc7 news sports anchor. a question, hazing a part of the team. a rookie to be able to withstand daily hazing. the nfl is a military based style boot camp back then. my worst moment is a veteran player defecated in my helmet and made sure i would not get a new one we had to sing college fight song. if you refused you were thrown into a sewer pond behind the cafeteria. i arrived to the 49ers i couldn't wait to haze rookies but bill walsh didn't believe in it he thought you can ruin a young player. if the team is paying big bucks on a draft pick, it's unacceptable. now, with social immediate yashg ritchie incognito can haze martin 24 hours a day, and also, texting with another level. so it's still going on, and it's going on. nfl career being short you've got a young player behind you, you want to keep him down this, is a way to maybe get to him mentally. >> just not team oriented.
is using music to share his story and help other innocent victims. ♪ good morning and welcome to al jazeera america, i'm stephanie, the largest mall in new jersey is the scene of the nation's latest terrifying shooting incident and we learned a short time ago the lone gunman is dead and hundreds of people who hid in the mall last night are still there as police go store by store to make sure it's secure and it's still an active scene. it was at the westfield garden state plaza 20 miles from new york city and erika is there this morning. >> you are right, this remains an active scene and police are still sweeping through the massive mall making sure everyone has gotten out okay. what we do know is the body of the shooter is still inside of the mall. police say the manhunt ended around 3:20 this morning and discovered the shooter in the back part of the mall that was under construction with a self inflicted gunshot wound to the head. authorities identified the gunman if the westfield plaza mall shooting and 20-year-old richard shoop of new jersey and found dead inside the mall early this morn
implications for the entire middle. joining us is a journalist thanks for being with us. we had openly angry words before a deal had been done. how is saudi arabia, already angry with the u.s. on issues with syria, what is the view of saudi arabia? >> puzzled. the people are flabbergasted. they do not understand the deal with iran. the iranian policies are the same. a change in personnel does not grant a deal. it is a part of the problem in syria. it is part of the problem in iraq today. obviously a huge part of the problem. republic, yet some how iran is being given a price to its program. >> there was talk, rumors more than anything that thanks to wikileaks we remember the call to cut off the head of the snake in tehran. what impact would a deal in geneva have on the stability of the gulf region? israel is the cause of all these problems. iran would not use its cause for obtaining the nuclear arms. saudis have expressed in the past that if iran is given cart blanch to obtain and keep arsenal it will open up a complete pandora's box. already destabilized vision. what kind of mention are we
with obamacare to continued to be sold and used by some five million people who have had their policies canceled so far, and confirmed, and top health plan. and among the insurance companies represented here today. this is what they're talking to the president about. etna in a statement says it supports efforts to allow people to keep what they have, however, we will need cooperation and expedited approval from state regulators to remove barriers that would make it difficult to make this change in such a short period of time. regulators will need to allow us to update our policies and secure appropriate rates so we can get these plants back to the market. now we have been hearing from state insurance commissioners. some have said they will allow this, they will approve those old plans to resell them and reset rate policies but others have said they won't so everyone here this morning trying to figure out how to make all of this work. we will be monitoring the meaning which will be this afternoon. connell: peter barnes at the white house. dagen: former adviser to bill clinton among other jobs you
now everybody is properly focused on us not doing a good job on the rollout. and that is legitimate and i get it. there have been times where i thought we were, kind of you know, slapped around a little bit, unjustly. this one's deserved. right, it's on us. >> reporter: still mr. obama has a job to do when meets win insurance executives later today. though aides say they have been in close contact with those executives all along, suggesting that the so-called fix is not a surprise to them. it is also not been warmly received quite frankly. ceo of america's health insurance plans said in a written statement, quote, changing the ruse after health plans already met the requirements of the law could destablize the market and result in higher premiums for consumers. some insurance experts think the industry will bo along with the president's request since it will allow companies to continue to sell policies that were profitable before they had to meet the standards of obamacare. jenna, jon? jon: wendell goler at the white house for us this morning. get that tree in the ground, wendell. t
earhardt joins us with the latest. >> reporter: a very popular mall especially for us in new york that don't have a mall in the city so we go to your neck of the woods. paramus police identifying him as richard shoop, a 20-year-old restaurant worker. officials say he killed himself. the incident began moments before the mall was supposed to close after 9 p.m. witnesses say he walked through the mall carrying a rifle wearing full tactical gear. while police say he fired off only one shot, witnesses say he fired five shots into the air even taking out security cameras. new cell phone video posted on youtube of the moments before the mall went on lockdown. officers walked past businesses telling mall workers to get out. >> like you see on tv all the time but the real deal. >> come on! >> no one was hurt and the nearly 100 people under lockdown in the mall have now been released. an investigation is underway to determine what led shoop to open fire. >> he does have a history of drug use and drug abuse, but we do believe that the main motive for what he did tonight was suicide. >> police say th
lo for decades, still considered by many as the face of the middle eastern movement. the u.s. refused to have ties with him for decades. arafat shook hands with israel's prime minister at the time on the white house lawn. arafat served as the politically leader in the gaza strip but his relationship with the u.s. was never smooth especially after the second palestinian uprising which began in 2000. by the time he died in 2004, u.s. viewed had him as a terrorist and had only limited contact with him. joining us, in light of al jazeera's new report, is robert o'brien, a former delegate to the u.n. and former middle east advisory to mitt romney. thank you for joining us. >> thank you, john. >> what do you make of this report? >> it is an interesting report. i was somewhat skeptical about the claiming, the swiss have very good medicine and good scientists and so the question of how he died may be answered, although we are still waiting for some additional reports. now the question turns to who was involved in the assassination. >> so you would assume based on this information he was poiso
compare that to super storm sandy, sandy was a category three when it hit cuba and two when it cost the u.s. east coast. this is a category five and only because there are no categories above five. it is just huge. only three official reports of death but it's hard to get information from these hard-hit areas. communications are still cut to many of those regions. several aviation authorities haven't been able to make contact with their counterparts in these hard-hit areas. in fact, for about five hours, in the last message they got from one of the airports badly hit a text that said airport ruined, need assistance. 25 million people in its path. >> you got to know a storm of this magnitude was on its way. what about evacuation? were they able to get a lot of people out of those areas? >> the laugh few days, we had warnings that the storm was coming and that it was going to be big. so people did heed those warnings and get into evacuation centers. the fact is the philippines has some very physical problems with infrastructure. there are reports coming out of one of the areas that was hit fr
's nuclear talks. we are live with phil itner. can you tell us about the latest round of meeting. what are the issues on the table right now? >> well, morgan, it's hard to say exactly what the issues are on the table or what the negotiation pieces are because much of the meetings are held behind closed doors. we believe on the iranian side of things that there's an offer to decrease their level of uranium enrichment, the pelty of putting a cap on the center fuges that are used in the program and increasing transparency. what would the west give in return - perhaps some easing of sanctions on the sale of oil, and also, perhaps, releasing some of the frozen bank accounts held by iranian officials in foreign bank accounts. it must be stressed, again, these are held behind closed doors, and while we know the talks are intensive, we don't know what is on the table yet. >> thank you phil. we appreciate you being with us this morning. it's been 100 days since the election of iran's president tsunami. many have blamed him for the outlift in the shift to the west. we travelled to an iranian cit
a struggle to save survivors. thousands remain homeless and in dire need of aid. craig leeson joins us again from abeentayan island. what are you seeing and hearing from the people there? >> well, myself and cameraman mark dobbin spent 36 hours with the rapid relief are force, off the northern tip of cebu. once we got here our car go of rice milk and building supplies were taken right straight across the island to a town called tsa fe. as you can see behind me now, it's been absolutely decimated by the typhoon. luckily for the people here though, there was no tidal surge like they saw in tacloban killing many thousands of people. less than 20 died leer because of the lie winds. so they were just struck by high winds and as you can see, all of the buildings are not standing or if they are they have no roofs. that was the power of the wind and that's what took out their hydroelectric capacity and also their phones and has left them without food. so they were very happy to see us and they are very hungry people. >> are there any of their relatives found? we have heard from many who were searchi
>>> good morning, america. a massive arctic blast sweeping across the entire eastern u.s. at this hour. millions in the freeze, all the way to florida. snow coming down right now across parts of the northeast. get ready for a wet, slippery commute. >>> breaking the wall of silence. the owner of the miami dolphins finally speaks out about the bullying scandal engulfing his team. >> couldn't have been a worse nightmare. >> what he says now about the alleged hazing in the team's locker room. >>> watch this scary moment as a harlem globetrotter goes for an alley-oop. only to bring down the entire backboard crashing on to the court. his narrow escape all caught on tape. >>> elizabeth and val. >> you heard, tom. the biggest drama yet on the dance floor. one of the most shocking moments of the season. the couple sent home after three perfect 10s. val and elizabeth flying all night to be here live, only on "gma." >>> and good morning, america. on this november 12, 2013. you know what that means? look at the calendar. 11-12-13. a lot of people think that's a very lucky day. >> oh,
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